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Florida Python Bowl nets 80 snakes for cash prizes in Everglades

A Burmese python hunt in Florida bagged 80 of the big serpents as contenders vied for cash prizes in the state’s latest effort to eliminate the invasive species that has long devastated the Everglades’ delicate ecosystem.The competition, which ran from Jan. 9 to Jan. 19, attracted more than 750 hunters from across 20 states, the Florida……

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Instagram survey shows every state’s least favorite state, while NJ ‘hates everyone’

Perhaps surprisingly, Florida’s least favorite state happens to be Florida, and perhaps not surprisingly New Jersey’s least favorite state is every other state.Those were the findings of Matt Shirley of Los Angeles, who polled his Instagram followers as part of a survey to find out which states hate which states the most.Shirley has more than 323,000 followers……

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Tennessee passes law allowing agencies to deny LGBTQ adoption applications because of religious objections

The governor of Tennessee signed a controversial law Friday that allows adoption agencies within the state to refuse to place children in homes that “violate the agency’s written religious or moral convictions or policies.”ARIZONA WOMAN MUST DONATE EMBRYOS FROZEN BEFORE CANCER, NEEDS EX-HUSBAND’S CONSENT TO BECOME PREGNANTThe measure, signed by Republican Gov. Bill Lee, was……

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Arizona border agents find fentanyl taped to man’s thighs during immigration check

A would-be drug smuggler was thwarted in Arizona last week after border agents discovered bags of fentanyl taped to his thighs, authorities saidAgents questioned a 19-year-old U.S. citizen during a routine immigration inspection of a passenger shuttle at the Interstate 19 Immigration Checkpoint near Amado, about 30 miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border, Customs and Border……

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‘Didn’t do it for the hype’: Kenin stops Coco in Australia

It made sense to Sofia Kenin that Coco Gauff would be the one getting all of the attention and generating all of the buzz.That’s only natural when Gauff is 15 and making tennis history time and time again.“Yeah, I mean, the hype is for her. She’s obviously done great stuff, of course. It’s absolutely normal…….

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Swiss skier Yule takes Kitzbuehel slalom for 3rd win in 2020

Daniel Yule won the men’s World Cup slalom of the traditional Hahnenkamm races on Sunday for his third victory in 2020.The Swiss skier posted the fourth-fastest time in the final leg to overtake surprise first-run leader Lucas Braathen of Norway, who dropped to fourth, 0.49 seconds off the lead.Yule earlier won in Madonna di Campaglio……

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Herbert wins 1st European Tour title on Australia Day

Lucas Herbert marked Australia Day in his native country by capturing his first professional title, beating Christiaan Bezuidenhout of South Africa at the second hole of a playoff to win the Dubai Desert Classic after a wild final round on Sunday.Herbert rolled in a birdie putt from 2 feet at the 18th on his third trip up……

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Federer overcomes slow start, reaches Australian Open QFs

Roger Federer needed some time to get going in the Australian Open’s fourth round, a match after a draining and difficult escape in which he was two points from defeat.To be precise, he required a full set to get sorted.After seeming sluggish while dropping the opener, Federer quickly righted himself and pushed through the next……

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